1). There are some very important citations which may give rise to the above subject matter.

2). They are: Raven, Tares, Lion, Nebuchadnezzar, Sennacherib etc.


3). Let’s begin by the analysis of the characteristics of the bird called Raven. It is a bird known as a scavenger creature.

4). It is known to be a very dirty bird. There is no promise of eternal life for ravens.

5). However, in the days of king Ahab the husband to queen Jezebel, after that prophet Elijah decreed against rain and dew not to feature for years, the LORD used the ravens to feed Elijah within the enclaves of brook Cherith.

6). The raven was bringing bread and flesh to him both morning and evening until the brook was dried.

7). Quoting from the voice of the LORD. 1Kings 17:3-4, He said:

8). Vs.3. Get you away from here, and turn eastward, and hide yourself by the brook Cherith, that is before Jordan.

9). Vs.4. And it shall be that you shall drink of the brook; and I have commanded the ravens to feed you there.

10). Even though the ravens have no promise of eternal life, they were used and dumped to where they belonged.


11). Tares are plants which are very similar to wheat in appearance.

12). In the Bible book of St. Matthew 13:25-30, Christ the Lord parabolically cited Tares as unfruitful souls, according to verse 38.

13). Vs.25. But while men slept, his enemy came and sowed tares among the wheat, and went his way.

14). Vs.26. But when the blade was sprung up, and brought forth fruit, then appeared the tares also.

15). Vs.27. So the servants of the householder came and said to him, Sir, did you not sow good seed in your garden? From where then has it gotten tares?

16). Vs.28. He said to them, an enemy had done this. His servants said to him, would you then that we should go and gather them up?

17). Vs.29. But he said, no; lest while you gather up the tares, you root up also the wheat with them.

18). Vs.30. Let both grow together until the harvest: and in the time of harvest I will say to the reapers, gather you together first the Tares, and bind them in bundles to burn them.


19). It is quite intriguing to see that the Lord described the Tares as the children of the wicked one, the devil according to Matt 13:38.

20). The so-called children of the wicked one, are the human souls that yielded themselves to disobey the divine rules of God.

21). The devil claims anyone who is disloyal to the Lord.

Another Side Of Tares

22). It is not all that worship the Lord and sit on the church pews are loyal to God.

23). The fact that they are disobedient to the constitution of the holy bible they are tares.

24). However, Tares are valuable in the domestic affairs of the house of God.

25). They give charity donations to God and love the congregation and support it.

26). They praise the Lord, do fasting and receive blessings and miracles.

27). The Lord, who has the final say, said, let them stay together, but let them not damage the wheat.

28). The unfortunate end is that the tares can be useful now, but shall be dumped outside the kingdom of eternal life. This is sad.

29). According to the Bible book of 1Kings 20:35-36, the Lord used the lion to fulfil His words, the lion has no eternal life abiding in him, therefore he must be dumped at last.

30). The LORD used Nebuchadnezzar to discipline the erring nation of Israel and others, but must be dumped except he submitted himself to the LORD.

31). King Sennacherib and others were at a time used to discipline Israel and Judah for corrective measures, yet they must be dumped except if they had submitted themselves to the LORD but the bible confirms they did not.

Terrible Examples Of Dumped Tares

32). Gideon was one of the persons the LORD deposited useful talent in.

33). That talent was wasting in dormancy, because he had no knowledge that he had the talent in him.

34). And being unaware he had great undeveloped potential, remained in the bondage and fears of the Midianites; according to Judges chapter 6.

35). The whole story surrounding Gideon’s usefulness all began when the angel of the LORD appeared under an oak tree to empower him.

36). He therefore moved out of mediocrity to integrity.

37). His ever imaginary potential connected to reality.

38). We shall be discussing of Jehu after Gideon.

39). Well it turned out that Gideon was immensely used by the LORD to deliver Israel in his generation from the invading aliens and gave them peace for 40 years Judges 8:28.

40). However, according to Judges 8: 22-27 Gideon constructed a colossal idol by his house and lured all Israel to worship it.

41).Notwithstanding, the Bible records in verse 27, that idol became a snare to Gideon and his household.

42). Although the LORD used him for the interest of himself and the nation yet see how this great Tare Gideon, ended.

43). He was dumped. The same was the case of Jehu.

44). The LORD used him tremendously to execute judgment upon the house of Ahab and Jezebel, the witch of Baalim who executed the prophets of the LORD.

45).He caused a great revolution in the land of Israel and brought much glory to the name of the LORD.

46). Yet at the end of all of that, Jehu clave to another idol gods carved by Jeroboam the son of Nebath.

47). He liked God, but loved and worshipped idol gods carved by man.

48). The LORD allowed his sons to remain on the throne of Israel four times after his death.

49). All these stories can be found in the Bible book of 2 Kings 9:1-37 and 10:1-28.

50). But from verse 29 of chapter 10, to verse 36 and then his death in verse 35, he chose to worship idols until death. Dumped or not?

51). It has never been the will of God that anyone should perish, but come what may, who must perish shall perish.

52). Please beware that you be not used of God and dumped.